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April 23--After outlining the big-picture redesign of the SAT last month, the College Board filled in the details last week with sample questions and information about the new scoring system.
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Friction in one part of a system can be reduced by boosting friction elsewhere. That is the curious and counterintuitive conclusion of Yasinul Karim and Eric Corwin of the University of Oregon in the US.
Oregon sprinter Jenna Prandini and the Ducks are projected to win the NCAA women's outdoor title in the latest form chart by Track & Field News.
Jiyoung Kim, left, and Loretta Fok both are seeking elementary teaching jobs to step into when they graduate from the University of Oregon this summer.
"Radical Repetition: from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and his Family Foundation," shows through Aug. 17 at Whatcom Museum Lightcatcher, 250 Flora St. in Bellingham.
Who was James Blue? Revolutionary and award-winning filmmaker, rebel, and change agent for social justice James Blue died in 1980 at 49 leaving behind a remarkable legacy.
Former Navy SEAL Ryan Zinke, the money-raising front runner in June's Republican Congressional primary to become Montana's sole representative in the House of Representatives, says he is better able to provide leadership than the four other candidates who are seeking his party's nod to compete in this November's general election.
I noted with interest the other day the awarding of a second Pulitzer Prize for History to former UC Davis Professor Alan Taylor, now at the University of Virginia.
Sustainability means different things to different people, and to prominent historian Chet Orloff, it doesn't only have to do with environmental awareness and carbon footprints.
Readers had plenty to say about the recently minted public pension benefit for Nick Aliotti, the University of Oregon football team's former defensive coordinator.
Windows smashed as rioters and looters broke into the ground floor of the LA Times office, searching for valuables to steal.
STONY BROOK Marist freshman Spencer Johnson qualified for the USA Track & Field Junior Championships in the 10,000 meters on Saturday at the Wolfie Invitational, held Saturday at Stony Brook.
The University of Oregon's women's 4x100-meter relay team tied for the world lead with a time of 43.31 seconds to win the Elite Invitational division at the Mt.
After years of laying off teachers, Oregon schools are hiring again. That bit of happy news turned a lot of heads this week -- as did anger and controversy.
Oregon Supreme Court Chief Justice Thomas A. Balmer questions an attorney during arguments heard at the University of Oregon School of Law in Eugene.